Rail travel is a relaxing and scenic way to reach Vancouver. Pacific Central Station is the western terminus for rail trips from eastern Canada and the northern terminus for rail services from the US. Rail journeys throughout BC also depart and arrive from here.
VIA Rail is Canada's national passenger rail service. The company provides passenger services to Vancouver from Alberta and eastern Canada. "The Canadian" is a four-day journey that travels between Toronto and Vancouver via Edmonton, Alberta, and Jasper, Alberta. It connects with Amtrak service in several cities.
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369 Terminal Ave
Vancouver, British Columbia
Rocky Mountaineer offers over 45 Canadian vacation packages & five unique rail routes, rich in history & natural wonders, through British Columbia & Alberta. This world renowned, luxurious train travels by daylight through the wild beauty of Canada's West & is the best way to experience the majestic Canadian Rockies.
Our Whistler Sea to Sky Climb provides a breathtaking journey through the stunning scenery of the "Sea to Sky Climb" from the coastal city of Vancouver to the resort town of Whistler.
Our newest route, Coastal Passage, is an iconic train travel experience that seamlessly connects the cosmopolitan city of Seattle, Washington, USA to the Canadian Rockies via Vancouver, BC.
VIA Rail's flagship train, the Canadian, travels through 4,500 km of some of Canada's most spectacular landscape. Operating year-round, this Landcruise between Vancouver & Toronto takes 3 days & 4 nights, departing 3 times/week in each direction in peak season & 2 times/week off peak. In the Sleeper Touring class passengers enjoy a unique dining car experience, with meals freshly prepared on-board, cabins with sleeping accommodations, glass dome viewing cars & lounge areas.
On the Jasper-Prince Rupert train, you travel between Prince Rupert & Jasper discovering Northern BC's scenery, native culture & other attractions along the way. Touring class is available from mid-June to late Sep.